How To ‘Clear The Air’ After Using The Bathroom

Do you simply room having an awful odor in your bathroom? There are times when unpleasant odors take over the bathroom. This article will discuss how to get rid of common odors in your bathroom.

Ever use the bathroom at someone’s house only to be embarrassed by the “certain air” you’ve left behind?

Unfortunately, toilets don’t come with built-in air fresheners. So when the bathroom is packing more pew than a church, don’t despair. With an ounce of prevention and a pound of ingenuity, you may be able to leave the powder room daisy fresh after all.

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Easy tips for clearing the air after using the bathroom:

First and foremost, reduce odors by flushing the toilet as soon as you can. The quicker the flush, the less the odor. A “courtesy flush” is not only courteous, it’s smart.

Ventilate! Open a window or turn on the exhaust fan. Most bathrooms have exhaust fans above the toilet. Just make sure you’ve turned on the fan and not the heater portion of the fixture. Leave it running even after you leave the bathroom.

In addition to the above solutions, check your purse to see if you have any of the following items that might serve as an air freshener hack.

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